Program Curriculum

For either option, all Program courses (HSCL) from the prior semester must be completed to progress to the next semester. All CLT Program courses and science prerequisite courses will require a minimum grade of C or better. Failure to attain the minimum grade in CLT Program courses will result in a stop-out and require readmission to the program. Readmission will be based upon space availability. Students may be readmitted only one time.

COURSES REQUIRED PRIOR TO CLT PROGRAM ADMISSION: 31 CREDIT HOURS
The student must have satisfactorily completed all general education and science prerequisites.
General Education Courses
ENGL 1113 English Composition I
ENGL 1213 English Composition II*
HIST 1143/1493 US History before 1877 or after 1877
POLS 1113 American Federal Government
CLT Science Prerequisite Courses
PSYC 1113 Introduction to Psychology
CHEM 1114 Introduction to Chemistry*+
CHEM 1124 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry*+
HSBC 1104 Anatomy and Physiology+ or
(BIOL 2424) Human Physiology*
HSBC 1224 Introduction to Clinical Microbiology+ or
(BIOL 2035) Principles of Microbiology*
*Course requires prerequisite. See RSC College Catalog course descriptions for details
+Transferability of courses should be confirmed prior to student’s transfer

ONE-YEAR OPTION, FALL ENTRY:


PROGRAM CURRICULUM: 73 credit hours (includes 31 prerequisites and 42 CLT Program credit hours)
FALL ENTRY: 17 credit hours
HSCL 1221 Phlebotomy
HSCL 1103 Into to Medical Lab
HSCL 1113 Hematology I (1st 8 wks)
HSCL 1123 Immunology (2nd 8 wks)
HSCL 2415 Clinical Analytical Chemistry
HSCL 2412 Clinical Lab Science A

SPRING: 19 credit hours
HSCL 1223 Immunohematology (1st 8 wks)
HSCL 1213 Hematology II (2nd 8 wks)
HSCL 2515 Pathogenic Microbiology*
HSCL 2518 Clinical Lab Science B

SUMMER: 6 credit hours
HSCL 2606 Clinical Lab Science III

SPRING ENTRY - FOUR SEMESTERS

SPRING ENTRY: 8 credit hours
HSCL 2515 Pathogenic Microbiology*
HSCL 1103 Intro to Medical Lab

SUMMER: 5 credit hours
HSCL 2405 Clinical Lab Science I

FALL: 17 credit hours
HSCL 1221 Phlebotomy
HSCL 1113 Hematology I (1st 8 wks)
HSCL 1123 Immunology (2nd 8 wks)
HSCL 2415 Clinical Analytical Chemistry
HSCL 2505 Clinical Lab Science II

SPRING: 12 credit hours
HSCL 1223 Immunohematology (1st 8 wks)
HSCL 1213 Hematology II (2nd 8 wks)
HSCL 2606 Clinical Lab Science III

PART-TIME OPTION:


FALL – Year 1: 9 credit hours
HSCL1103 Intro to Med Lab
HSCL 1113 Hematology I (1st 8 wks)
HSCL 1123 Immunology (2nd 8 wks)

SPRING – Year 1: 6 credit hours
HSCL 1223 Immunohematology (1st 8 wks)
HSCL 1213 Hematology II (2nd 8 wks)

FALL – Year 2: 11 credit hours
HSCL 1221 Phlebotomy***
HSCL 2415 Clinical Analytical Chemistry
HSCL 2405 Clinical Lab Science I

SPRING – Year 2: 10 credit hours
HSCL 2515 Pathogenic Microbiology*
HSCL 2505 Clinical Lab Science II


SUMMER – Year 2: 6 credit hours
HSCL 2606 Clinical Lab Science III

*Prerequisites: HSBC 1224 Intro to Clinical Microbiology
Phlebotomy may be taken by Advanced Standing with approval; see Program Director for information.


Hospital Clinical Courses: One month prior to the first clinical rotation course
(HSCL 2412 or HSCL 2405), submit all immunization and CPR documents with a checklist to the Program Director.
1. Clinical Lab Science rotations total 800 hours as follows:
Phlebotomy 80 hours
Hematology (including Urinalysis and Coagulation) 160 hours
Chemistry 160 hours
Microbiology 200 hours
Immunohematology (Blood Banking) 200 hours
2. The 800 hours of clinical rotations are divided between (a) or (b), and (c) as follows:
a. Fast-track or one-year Clinical Courses:
i. HSCL 2412 Clin Lab Sci A, is usually held during the fall semester and requires 15 hours a week (M, W, F, five hour mornings).
ii. HSCL 2518 Clin Lab Sci B, is usually held during the spring semester and requires 24 hours a week (M, W, F, 8 hours).
b. Part-time or spring entry Option Clinical Courses:
i. HSCL 2405 Clin Lab Sci I, is the first clinical rotation. Usually requires 24 hours per week (M, W, F, 8 hours).
ii. HSCL 2505 Clin Lab Sci II, is the second clinical rotation. Usually requires 24 hours per week (M, W, F, 8 hours).
c. HSCL 2606 Clin Lab Sci III, is usually held during the summer semester. It is the last clinical rotation of the program for both Fast Track and Traditional students; requires eight to ten weeks of 40 hours per week in the hospital, and a Capstone Journal Report.
d. Clinical hours may begin as early as 3:30 am.
e. Clinical rotation assignments are determined by the Program Director.
f. Clinical site availability: The current list of clinical sites may be found in the CLT Advisement.


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